43º 47' 30" S - 72º 56' 50" W
Life at The End of the Earth,
Where Never Ending Adventure Begins.


Located in the Aysen Region of Chile, Fundo Los Leones is a beautiful 3,000 acre seaside farm that serves as a gateway to some of the most spectacular wonders that Northern Patagonia can provide.  

The Pitipalena Fjord borders the east side of the farm, and is a daily playground for dolphin, penguins and the occasional orca.  Bordering the west side of the property, and flowing directly into the Pacific Ocean, is the Palena River.  The Palena is not only world-renowned for salmon and trout fishing, but also offers world class kayaking and rafting.  The snow-capped peaks within the adjoining 726,000 acre Corcovado National Park are a perfect contrast to the tranquil blue sky. In the distance visitors can also take in the impressive 2,400M Melimoyu volcano. 

The quaint fishing village of Raul Marin Balmaceda, along the north side of the farm, serves as a gateway to the 204,000 acre Tic Toc Marine Park, home to pristine beaches and unique marine life of every description.

This is a place that few have ever had the opportunity to discover.  The remote location helps to preserve its’ tranquility and only recently has a road been finished to provide access to this idyllic location, via the famous Route 7 “Carretera Austral” (Pan-American Highway).  We would like to welcome you to come stay with us and experience the wonders of

Patagonia, The End of the Earth.

Please check out the information provided here and feel free to contact us with any questions you might have or if you would like to plan a visit.